Indian company believes the time is right to bring search and social tools together for the academic community, making it easier for them to discover content and collaborate.
The small means big business in India. Abhishek Baxi talks shop about what matters to India's small and midsize enterprises.
Abhishek Baxi is an independent digital consultant and a freelance technology columnist based in India. He writes on consumer technology and trends for several leading print and online publications.
Mobile apps are forming an important element of consumer mobile behavior. World over, apps are driving the mobile ecosystem and India is leading this app-ification change.
Small and midsize businesses are increasingly leveraging the Internet to generate more qualified leads and sales, and Google AdWords is doing well to grab its share of that digital advertising pie.
Google's executive chairman has urged the Indian government to focus on policies to improve and foster online businesses, rather than on censorship.
Adobe Systems intends to target India's small and midsize businesses, which would prefer a more cost-effective access to the vendor's otherwise costly software.
Smartphone shipments in India reached a record high in 2012, powered by local vendors offering low-end smartphones.
Global provider of tech support offers its service for both SMBs and consumers in India as a cost-effective alternative to incident-based services.
Having announced the general availability of Office 365 for businesses in India, Microsoft is hoping to see adoption among small and midsize businesses grow alongside larger enterprises.
The program allows customers to walk through, explore, and take a closer look at a business premise, giving Indian businesses the ability to provide virtual tours inside the offices through interactive 360-degree imagery.
For India's e-commerce industry, the times they are a-changin’. While the penetration of e-commerce is low, it is growing at a fast rate with a large number of new entrants, reaching an inflection point.